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't know anybody who says that young people are going to vote more this year. >> one thing obama has is this data mining think, this state of the arctic about -- this state of the art data mining thing. >> a comment during a debate made by the indiana senate candidate richard mourdock, who has been endorsed by mitt romney. >> i came to realize that life is a gift from god, and even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape, it is something that god intended to happen. >> that is the tea party's richard mourdock, who defeated federer in a foreign policy expert richard lugar and i be senatorial -- in the indiana senate for a primary bid the romney campaign said that they did not reflect his views. the women's votes -- obama has been losing some of the women's vote to romney. >> rebalancing, the first debate not that mr. mourdock said anything -- it is obvious what he was thinking. on the other hand, what he was thinking clearly is that rape much less important than preserving a life, and for a lot of women, saying that rape isn't all that important is a very unfortunate thing
.3 percent. democrat mark warner, obama woman the 13 electoral votes by 16 points four years ago and now is tried and democrat part udall of colorado, obama won nine electoral votes by nine points and the race now is dead even. senator portman, the state most people think may decide the race and that is ohio, the obama camp says they have a big edge in early voting in your state and they also note they have 137 campaign offices around the country but the romney camp has only 39. >>guest: well, you mentioned first of all the real clear politics average in ohio being 2.3 percent in president obama's favor. as of this morning it is 1.9 percent. that is because the polls are closing. the latest poll was this morning in ohio by the ohio newspapers, showing the race is a dead heat. that is certainly what i feel. i feel like the momentum is on our side. i have been at six rallies the last week and at a dozen victory centers and the energy and enthusiasm is on our side this year. it is interesting to watch but we were down probably five or ten points before the debates and after the debates, wel
by 2.3. and democrat mark warner of virginia, obama won its 13 electoral votes by 6 points, four years ago and now is tied with romney. and, democrat mark udall of colorado, obama won the 9 electoral votes last time by nine points and the race there is now dead even. senator portman, let's start with the state i guess most people think may decide the race, that is ohio. the obama camp says they have the big edge in early voting in your state and also note that they have 137 campaign offices around the country, and the romney camp has only 39. >> well, chris, first of all, you mentioned the real clear politics average in ohio, 2.3%, in the president's favor and now it is 1.9%, actually because the polls are closing, the latest poll, by the ohio newspapers, showing the race a dead heat. and that is certainly what i feel. i also feel like momentum is on our side. i have been at 6 rallies over the last week and at about a dozen centers around the state and energy and enthusiasm is on our side this year and it is interesting to watch. but, we were down 5 to 10 points before the debates and
) >> narrator: the year is 2000. the place is chicago's south side. for nearly a decade, barack obama had been working to make this neighborhood his home. for the last three years, he'd been a state senor, but he was s growing impatient. he had h eye on a congressional seat. >> he wants to do something bigger. he's got a pretty big ego, right. he believes in himself, believe he's bigger than the illinois senate. >> you know, he convinces himself it's a really good idea to take on one of the lions of the black chicago democratic establishment. >> narrator: it was the legendary incumbent congressman and former black panther bobby rush. >> bobby rush has real strong roots in he community. bobby rush was, you know, a panther. then he maturemuas atu congressmainto a guy that took that toughness and broadly applied that. so bobby rush had very realin strength in the counity.co >> narrator: even after having lived here for years, obama was vulnerable to a charge bobby rush would surely make: he didn't really know these streets, and he's not really an african-american. >> bobby rush called him an educ
had very realou strength in the community. >> narrator: even after having lived he for years, obama was vulner fle to a charge bobby rush would surely make: he didn't really know these streets, and he's not really an african-american. er>> bobby rush called him an educated fool, again trying toby sort of cast obama as this overeducated half-white guy from hawaii with this multicultural background. he was not "one of us." >> you can have more degrees than a thermometer, but if you ain't got some power, you ain't got some seniority, if you ain't got what it takes to be a congressman. >> that's always been a subtext of the opposition to him from other black politicians. how dedicated is he to the black struggle? >> despite all our differences, we can live together as one people... >> there's a long article about the race in tchicago reader, the local alternative paper in chicago, where one of obama'so opponents, he says, "obama is viewed as the white man in blkface in our community." >> it got bad. it was real bad. a number of black nationalists in the african-american community, you k
assault weapons. he was pro-choice an passed obama-care years before obama did. >> it wasn't obama-care, it was massachusetts care. what is good for massachusetts is necessarily good for america. >> he was telling everybody it was good for america when he signed it. >> he said it was good more massachusetts. >> he said thank you, president obama or adopting my plan as your plan. he was a liberal in massachusetts. a conservative in the primary, now he's a moderate. he's a chameleon, not a candidate. megyn: a new ad by two powerful unions takes a hard shot at governor romney calling him an economic traitor based on his work at bain capital. you are looking live at the statue of liberty. the southern tip of manhattan could be under 11 feet of water. >> conditions are deteriorating rapidly and the window for you getting out safely is closing. it is going to be bad. the forecasts are reasonably accurate. this close to when we are predicting something and it's going to be very high winds and a lot of road closures. you know mass transit is not working. driving when you have big gusts lik
they talk to and probably you, too. do you want a glimpse of what four more years of obama will look like? earlier this week the president released a pamp let. what to expect if he were to win. he touts economic patriotism. that is a phrase he's used on the campaign trail for a while. >> it is time for a new economic ta patriotism. rooted in the belief that growing our economy begins with a strong and thriving middle class. >> i get it about the class. but if we hit people with more tax people who are work maybe doing pretty well and somehow it is more patriotic to pay more taxes, i love what arthur godfrey said. he was proud to be a tax paying american and he could be just as proud for half of the money. it is not a matter of patriotism for the government to take more and more of what we earn and redistribute it not so much to people who are absolutely desperate and in need. but just to people who kind of like to have what somebody else had. there is no patriotism in that. it is working hard and not expecting our government to do something for us and expecting us to do something for our
for something different. >> i'm going to vote for romney. i'm going to get rid of obama. he's been there four years and did not do what he said he would do. this is not change. this is the same old thing. >> dean thinks president obama has led the country down the wrong path. he is not alone. louisiana has voted republican for decades. aaron is an environmental activist. louisiana is home to almost half of the nation's wetlands, but they are being destroyed by canals built to serve as oil and gas wells. >> not enough people care. not enough people are demanding action from politicians. not enough people are demanding changes to where we get our energy from. that's one of our largest challenges. >> since 2005, over 340 square miles of wetlands around new orleans have vanished. experts believe this played a major role in the devastation of hurricane katrina. they warn of more disasters ahead due to climate change, but that was not a subject during the presidential debates. >> the no one talked about climate change. we had three debates and not a single mention of climate change. the first time
because another four years of barack obama will be painful. gerri: we have a gallup tracking poll with from the leading obama 51-46%. and yet in the desperation that we are talking about, you alluded to it, but we did not say it. the comment from the president about romney calling him of the answer. now he used the word. the president used the word. >> the president of the united states. gerri: what does that tell you? >> what is interesting about all of these, what they're showing is that the debates, a lot of independents like to present less having seen him in the three debates whereas a lot of independents like mitt romney much more. the washington post-abc poll, 47-10 for romney liking him more rather than less. for obama it was 17-26 liking him less rather than more. so the debates did not serve the president well, and he continues down this path. it's kind of inexplicable. gerri: i want to play some sound from all right who i think some of the problem. voters pased. >> college graduates should not have to live out their 20's and their child to bed rooms staring out at fadin
baltimore sun" -- "the candidates crack -- preciously sought to close the deal with voters as this year's surprise, not a storm, laid waste to their best played -- best laid plans." host: other papers are covering how hurricane sandy is affecting politics. "president obama and opponent, mitt romney, made final arguments to voters as the campaign's dealt with uncertainty." has this changed your plans for early voting? are you looking at how this may affect elections or campaigns were you live? here is a headline from "the financial times." id says "as the candidates tried to campaign, they are heavily rearranging their schedule, introducing unpredictability into an already razor tight election battle." you can give us a call and tell us where you think the impact will be. this story is from "usa today." one of the angles that could be affected, early voting, indicating a tight race for the white house. "while the campaigns are pointing to absentee and early voting data, there are reasons to be optimistic about the chances. host: let's hear from our first caller this morning. tom, sioux f
. >> and katty's point, does that get the people skiletted in 2008 by this hope, change message and by obama as the candidate as excited as playing to the fear that -- especially playing to 12 years ago, i'm not so sure. chris: ok. >> i agree with that. if at any point obama had said here's what we're going to do and it's really exciting, over the next four years we started doing this thing and now we have the largest wind farm in the world in oregon, we're going to have another one in nevada. if he had just come with that kind of -- chris: big question. but paul krugman in "the new york times" on friday said he's afraid to do that. because he will be hit again with big spending and more deficits if he proposes anything. >> and playing the republicans' game. chris: ok. let's look at what could be the key to everything. ohio. and you've written about it. every winning republican has carried ohio. and joe, your magazine, "time" magazine has a big spread on it this week. why hoeup will decide the election -- ohio will decide the election and your ohio poll has obama up five points. the gender g
and cute and funny, a lot of people did decide to make the decision to go with barack obama four years ago, it wasn't fun like a lot of if i remember times for a lot of people and a lot of people are regretting it for four years. charles: i'm not going to ask you about your first time, nicole. >> this ad is gross, i find it to be offensive to me, as well. like she said. and i have to think about this girl being hot for obama. and sex sells for cars, sex sells for alcohol, it doesn't sell for the president of the united states. that is a higher ground, it's about the economy, it is about foreign policy, it's about jobs. it is not about sex to me, i think it's gross. charles: maybe when it's said and done, guys, that will be the-- the campaign that there is no higher ground. and for all u.s. markets may be closed, but we're open for business on "varney & company," up after the break, the latest forecast on hurricane sandy. how bad is this thing going to get and when can we expect the worst of it? that's next. are we there yet? are we there yet? are we there yet? [ male announcer ] it's the q
-time high this year with 73% choosing president obama. let me bring in msnbc and nbc latino contributor victoria defrancesco soto, a senior fellow at the university of texas. >> greetings from austin, chris. >> an article in "the washington post" talked about president obama's election strategist david plouffe being so crucial. it depends on plouffe's ability to activate the latino, african-american and young voters who have a more erratic track record shows up at the polls and thus often not up counted as likely voters. the article says plouffe took that voter base for granted. do you agree with the poll. are you sengsing growing enthusiasm among latino voters? >> we're seeing growing enthusiasm, and in particular we see that enthusiasm grow over the past ten weeks. latino decisions has been tracking latino enthusiasm for the past ten weeks. it started out at lower level and increased at 8% to where 45% of latino are more enthusiasm about 2008. right now for 2012 we see 60% saying they're very enthusiastic, but what's most important here is in the battleground states, nevada, florida,
and couldn't endorse another four years of obama. wow. you see folks on the left dismissing the value of this. on the right they'll make a big deal about it. i came upon a fun study from 2008. brown university economists found that when moderate papers endorse they're seen as mort credible. when a partisan paper does it, not so much. when the chicago sun times and "denver post" endorsed kerry and bush, the study found 3% of readers switched voting allegiance. they flipped their allegiances in 2000. i have to say, i think an interesting number that matters is when you compare the endorsement numbers, obama has 34 endorsement from major, significant papers. romney has 27. look at the circulation of those endorsements. obama's total just over 9 million readers. >> 27? >> and mitt romney is at 27 and not 7. his total circulation just under 5 million. so i don't know that this is a scientific reading of those numbers, but you have to imagine 9 million readers reading obama endorsement, 5 million readers reading romney. i have to imagine that ends up as a net plus for obama somewhere down the line.
the national turnout. host: barack obama losing the pennsylvania primary to hillary clinton but when the state in the general election four years ago. this point -- living in the heart of pennsylvania, i can assure you that obama was right to say how people cling to to their guns and religion. will that resonate in 2012? guest: that as a comment that has certainly stuck with a lot of pennsylvanian, particularly in the southwestern part, the more conservative democratic areas. the president made that statement in a san francisco fund-raiser in the midst of the democratic primary in pennsylvania in march and april, that primary in 2008. we six week period where there was literally nothing else going on in the campaign except the upcoming pennsylvania primary. that became a huge issue. what it does remind voters, particularly in the southwestern part of the state, of the president's position on guns. pennsylvania is a strong nra pro-gun state. it has been difficult for gun control advocates to get legislation through pennsylvania changing the gun laws here. i do not see any opportunity -- there i
it was bush's fault. we were growing faster in the early president obama term. in the year 2010 when obamacare and dodd-frank enacted it was very slow. you want to point out the difference. there was more growth in the beginning of president obama's presidency than now? >> we are going in the wrong direction. forward is not the term for the way the economy is headed now even if that is the obama campaign slogan. and you lock at history of recoveries. this one stands out. we ought to be further along in a rebound, faster growth more employment and it is it not happening. >> gretchen: you question the moving forward with the policies and what the policies might be to continue the recovery with regard to taxes. >> that's what is scary right now. you can see very weak growth and then we're lookingalt a 500 billion tax increase next year. 2013. this is one year, 500 billion hit to the economy that is coming under current law unless there is it a change of policy in washington. >> gretchen: coming up. we'll have the last jobs number before the election. what will happen with the unemployment rate? >
in this campaign. the obama campaign beginning in 2,000 ailingt but continuing -- in 2008 and continuing this year has relied on smull contributions from individual people. it's a lot easy crer to do that this year as the technology changes it's pretty straightforward to go to a website and put in a cred card number. so the campaigns have followed that and that was successful for the obama campaign and continues to be this year. you can raise big contributions too. it's important to remember that direct contributions to the candidate are still limits. -- still limited. only $2500 per election so $5,000 per candidate. and there are prohibitions on who can give money to the candidates. corporations,unions are not permitted to make contributions. that's been the law for more than 40 years and it still is. they're about to spend their own money independently of the campaign if they want to but they can't make contributions. presidential candidates raise money at the national level. -- a maximum levels. there are a loft of wealthy individuals who support them. so the obama campaign stands out in that r
, but i'm more concerned about the debt our children will be left with. i voted for president obama last time, but we just can't afford four more years. [ romney ] i'm mitt romney and i approve this message. what mitt romney's tv ads say about women? [ romney ] i'm mitt romney or what mitt romney himself says? mitt romney: do i believe the supreme court... should overturn roe v. wade? yes. and it would be my preference that they, that they... reverse roe v. wade. hopefully reverse v roe v. wad. overturn roe v. wade. planned parenthood, we're going to get rid of that. i'll cut off funding to planned parenthood. anncr: no matter what mitt romney's ads say. we know what he'll do. president obama: i'm barack obama and... i approve this message. take a look at what is happening in virginia beach. is getting battered by that serve. the waves are coming into the to 20 feetre close are higher than that. we wanted to show you some of the video that has just come in. >> we have been seeing amazing from across the east coast. we're just getting word that the romney-ryan campaign has their schedule
obama last time, but we just can't afford four more years. [ romney ] i'm mitt romney and i approve this message. >>> welcome back everyone to the continuing coverage of sandy and of course we're continuing to watch the storm as it starts to come ashore near atlantic city and we understand that the national weather service says that it's holding winds in some areas of 90 miles an hour. >> we are also getting a lot of reports that the power is going out. we have been reporting on since we came on tonight and we have seen that there are numerous but the numbers are starting to ramp up. the wind is going to keep bending and bending on the trees and eventually the trees will break and some of those lines will go down. >> we want to go to where a lot of folks head in this area. sherry is live in ocean city. sherry, it looks like the calm is coming now before the storm for you you. >> reporter: it is. we seem to be in one of these bands and one is past us and i am sure that we're going get hit by another one. it's a little bit of a welcome and given the pounding that we have taken here al
want to say is i am for president obama because his budget adds up. in the last 50 years there have been five surpluses. when republicans talk a, let's not forget we never had a structural debt in this country in times of economic growth before 1981. and wen little deficits were already investing more with a long-term payoff. we tripled the debt in the first and thenrs of 1980's increased it 150% again. then i brought it down for you. in a doubled it again when i left office. let's not forget this. how did they do it that promising yet we just cut taxes on upper income people there be so much for all be well. now we're doing this again. the president is giving a budget. he's already agreed to $1 trillion with the spending cuts already in action. it reduce the debt by $4 trillion our next 10-years. the higher income groups who got lost to the tax cuts and virtually all of the economic gaze of the last decade based our fair share by paying more when i was president. that is all they do. ?hat does that do ta the first thing they do is to say we need to spend $2 trillion more than we ar
years of an obama administration would change any of that and particularly momentum on the economic front was just something that this board just couldn't see. governor romney by virtue of his experience and strong business acumen coming through the executive ranks of what he did in massachusetts, the board felt very strongly and confidently that he was the one who could best position the country for an economic revival and jump start the economy with with meaningful salaries and jobs. >> what's the immediate reaction of iowans to your paper's endorsement? >> you know, thomas, the great thing about being in iowa is we have incredibly smart readers and voters. this is the first republican endorsement we've made since 1972. we've got some of them right and some wrong. there's some you wish you could take back, i'm sure. this isn't about "the register" or our endorsement. this is a state with enkridably thoughtful and very, very smart readers and voters who will listen to us and also more importantly sit around the kitchen table before they go out on election day or cast an early ballo
happened in the last couple of years a movement toward the center. i think of it as obama negotiating with himself with an intransigent right which used its power to hold the country hostage, rather than finding common ground. >> so, let's talk about what you did and didn't learn. you've watched the four debates now. do you have any idea of how governor romney would manage to cut income tax rates by 20% without increasing the deficit? or which tax deductions he would eliminate? or specifically, how he's going to create the 12 million jobs he's promised? or what barack obama's going to do in his second term? do you have any sense of that? >> well, in the case of the 12 million jobs, as we know, you don't have to do anything and you'll get 12 million jobs. any number of economists and moody's analytics have predicted that simply by keeping present policies in place, 12 million jobs will be created over that period. so it's not much of a boast. as for the tax policy, my guess is that he doesn't know and he is just saying things. he has said he wants to cut taxes -- rates by 20%. and i be
in 2008? guest: 6. it went democratic four years ago. barack obama carried the state fairly easily. the polls are showing him with a lead of significance in this election. host: give us a sense of the demographics of the state's voters? who are we talking about? give us a sense of some key areas as we look at this map. guest: there are couple of key areas. first, let's look at eastern iowa, davenport and the surrounding area, a couple hundred thousand people, it is a swing county. davenport is industrial, democratic. it will depend on turnout. if you go to the northwest corner -- corridor of the state, that is a role, very republican area. -- a rural. an area that is more or less evangelical christians, and they're not excited about mitt romney. they are republicans. he does not energized them. we will see what the turnout looks like in northwest iowa. those two areas, if we want the turnout in posted areas, it's very heavy in the quad cities, but good news the democrats. it's very heavy in northwest iowa, but good for republicans. the central part of the states, including des moin
plan would do. president obama: i'm barack obama and... i approve this message. imillion dollars for marylanded one hundred schools.ty... question seven will double it. rushern baker: question seven will add table games and... a new casino, generating millions of dollars... every year, without raising taxes. leggett: and audits will ensure the money goes... where it's supposed to. more jobs, and millions for schools. baker: question seven will be good for our kids... our teachers, and our schools. leggett: keep maryland money in maryland. baker: please vote for question seven. leggett: vote for question seven. >>> hurricane sandy trying to regain some strength before dumping inches of rain on to the east coast, it did regain some strength overnight. the storm's track could be shifting a bit. we're going to check in with tucker in just a few moments. >>> a view of the storm from space shows just how huge it is, cameras on the international space station caught the immense sides last thursday over the bahamas. it's about 400-miles across, do you know how huge that is? 400-miles acr
people who voted for obama in 2008 watched him govern for four years and said not so good. try someone else. the alternative, the confederacy hypothesis those people somehow for some reason in the last four years became racist. finally a sad and weird story. sherman helsley the star of "the jefferson" has yet to be laid to rest three months after his death. his body is in cold storage in texas awaiting result of a dna test. a man claiming to be the actor's brother is suing his manager and roommate who is the sole beneficiary of hemley's will over the $50,00,00 estate. in the, will he referred to the woman as his beloved partner. hemsley said in media interviews he was an only child. >>> updating the top story, earlier story rather the coast guard says it has found one of the two crew members missing from the hms bounty, which sank off the coast of north carolina about 13 hours ago. you treb video we showed you earlier. the other 14 crew on board were rescued this morning. by a pair of coast guard helicopters. the female crew member found short while ago is said unfortunately to be unre
for president obama. >> i will vote for him again. i think four years is not long enough time to make a complete difference but i think we're on the right path. bill: beverly roe has seen enough. >> i never been involved in the presidential elections and always voted but this one really scares me. bill: why? >> just what i've seen over the last four years. my lifestyle has changed. it's scary. bill: and how seriously do people in ohio take their civic responsibility? every person in that restaurant said they have either voted already or they will so come next tuesday, which is interesting to note, we were in franklin county about a month ago, columbus, ohio, we saw primarily obama ads on tv all the time. here in cincinnati it is the reverse. it is mostly romney ads. the tv ads that they run are taken from the debates, either debate number one or debate number three to make his final argument here, closing argument in ohio. as ohio goes so goes the nation. you will hear that time and again. it is a dead-heat as we stand here today in this critical swing state. both sides claim they have the edge.
to start feeling what we felt four years ago where it was moving toward president obama. and then it was completely blunted by exactly what you're saying, that first debate performance by the president and a good one by mitt romney. >> willie, you brought it up, and i've seen it, too, mika and i have seen it wherever we go, for some reason liberals, democrats, they're scared. i don't know if they're just naturally -- more naturally worried than conservatives, but everywhere i go, people come up to me and grab me and go, it's going to be okay, right? he's going to win. >> well, i live in the heart of obama country. i live on the upper west side of manhattan. >> and they're calm. >> no, they're not. not particularly calm, but it's because they believe this is a really important election. they think mitt romney would be a disaster for the country. so yeah, i think there's -- they still have confidence in the president, but they're worried that it's as close as it is this close to the election. >> i think there may be a shock, mika, that it's kind of like you, the first time
thompson has a plan. we have been waiting for months and years for barack obama to get a plan and tammy baldwin. all they can say is we don't have a plan, we're just going to stand by and and lead to rome burned and see medicare collapse. that's not a smart plan. >> first of all, we do know something about his grand plan on medicare. that is that health costs in the federal employee health benefits program are increasing at a rate of 40% faster than traditional medicare. so that gives you a sense, it's not a full score from cbo, is something we do know from the track record. this does not save us money. it would shift a huge burden to seniors. second, this idea that he never supported the voucher program, he ran ads in his primary say i will be the 51st vote to pass the paul ryan budget, which contains this plant. -- plan. last summer at the republican state convention he stood on the stage and talk about his support for. -- his support for that plan. third, what have i done, i worked hard on the the affordable care act, which has a significant section on medicare. in that we extended t
obama. who wants to see children bowing out hate. >> greg: zombies. >> bob: i did an agenda in 1984 showing kids many elementary school and bombs going off for mondale. 25 years later people would come up to me now all grown up and say you scared the hell out of me. >> you realize that! >> dana: you know what? several people told me you still do that to them today. >> bob: that is a given. >> dana: when i was a kid, i sang♪ this land is your land ♪ this land is my land isn't that what kids are supposed to sing? >> kimberly: charming. sweet. bob and acorn want to register the kids in ohio. >> bob: absolutely! we will. >> greg: all right. ran out of time. when we come right back the fox news extreme weather team superstore sandy covered. take you live to the places you that are hardest hit. stay with us. dana is making s'mores out of kittens. ♪ ♪ n bought from us online today. so, i'm happy. sales go up... i'm happy. it went out today... i'm happy. what if she's not home? (together) she won't be happy. use ups! she can get a text alert, reroute... even reschedule her package.
concerned about the debt our children will be left with. i voted for president obama last time, but we just can't afford four more years. [ romney ] i'm mitt romney and i approve this message. >>> anyone trying to get out of town tonight is having bad luck. transportation reporter adam tuss is out at national airport now where every single flight has been canceled until further notice. adam? >> reporter: yeah, jim, as you can see behind me, the wind picking up here. certainly no flights getting out of dca right now, no flights out of dulles, not out of dwi marshal. you should expect more of the same tomorrow. obviously you can't fly in this kind of weather. and there are no planes here at reagan national. they're in other cities where they're stationed. they'll all have to be brought here later on at a different time. if you're here, you're going to have to ride it out at the airport. airport officials tell us you shouldn't expect things to get back here at the airport for a number of days. it's going to take a while to sort all this stuff out. reporting live at reagan national airport, ada
that? i haven't seen obama do the sort of big change agenda he did four years ago. i've seen romney make gestures at it, but not lay it out in a way that's forceful. i think that would make a change, want to do actual change. >> let me continue that theme. i want to pick up there as we turn to the democratic governor of battleground, colorado, john hickenlooper and the republican governor, paul ryan's home state of wisconsin, scott walker. governors, welcome back to "meet the press," both of you. >> glad to be back. >> both states are pretty tight here, pretty remarkable is tight as well, good news for romney. a republican hasn't won your state since 1984. and in colorado, governor hickenlooper, look at our latest polling from nbc news and marist. 48-48. i know talking to the obama campaign. i know they think it's not that close, but they know it's tight. governor hickenlooper, you start, what's decisive? what tips the scales in your state and in this election? >> well i think if you look at the mess that president obama inherited and i mean losing 800,000 jobs a month, month after
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